With your support, we have been able to fund outstanding research, leading toward cures and improved quality of life for children with cancer. Browse through our nearly 1,000 funded projects below.
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ALSF Funded Research Projects
|Project Title||Institution / Principal Investigator(s)||Grant Type||Year||State|
|Biology-based clinical trials for children with cancer.||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / Rochelle Bagatell||Phase I/II Infrastructure Grants||2009||Pennsylvania|
|DFMO-based combination therapy for the treatment of advanced stage neuroblastoma.||Cancer Research Center of Hawaii / Dana-Lynn Koomoa||Young Investigator Grants||2009||Hawaii|
|MLL-based chromosomal translocations in the pathogenesis of childhood leukemia.||Children's Mercy / Erin Guest||Young Investigator Grants||2009||Missouri|
|Immune Stimulatory Antigen Loaded Particles (ISAPS) for the Treatment of Solid Childhood Tumors||Children's National Medical Center / Suzanne Miles||Young Investigator Grants||2009||District of Columbia|
|Identification of proteins interacting with ALK in neuroblastoma.||Dana-Farber Cancer Institute / Rani George||Young Investigator Grants||2009||Massachusetts|
|Genetic Regulators of ER Stress-induced Apoptosis in Pediatric Malignancies||Dana-Farber Cancer Institute / Ujwal Pyati||Young Investigator Grants||2009||Massachusetts|
|Aberrant DNA methylation in Ewing sarcoma.||Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center / Scott Borinstein||Young Investigator Grants||2009||Washington|
|GSTM4, a novel target for treating Ewing sarcoma.||Huntsman Cancer Institute / Wen Luo||Young Investigator Grants||2009||Utah|
|Identification of FDA approved drugs with anti-tumor activity in rhabdomyosarcoma.||Massachusetts General Hospital / David Langenau||Young Investigator Grants||2009||Massachusetts|
|Exploring a novel immunotherapy: cooperation of endogenous CD8+ t-cells and exogenous, allogeneic CD4+ t-cells.||The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine / Heather Symons||Young Investigator Grants||2009||Maryland|